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    Effectiveness of e-services offered by Georgia State Boards of Education

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    Discuss external factors such as security issues, confidentiality, and privacy.

    Web access would be another external factor.

    Evaluate how computer availability may be an applicable issue and what if the intended audience does not have computer knowledge or access to computers?

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    Effectiveness of e-services offered by Georgia State Boards of Education
    Discuss external factors such as security issues, confidentiality, and privacy. Web access would be another external factor.
    Evaluate how computer availability may be an applicable issue and what if the intended audience does not have computer knowledge or access to computers?

    The Georgia Department of Education's Office of Technology Services, which is a subsidiary of Georgia State Boards of Education offers the ability for students to attend a Virtual School online. This is an effective e-services initiative because it provides access to students that would potentially be barred from attending classes or have fell behind in their studies. The Program is effective because it is accredited and works in collusion with schools and parents of students ranging from middle school and high school students across the state. The program is teacher led in a virtual classroom environment consisting of an online media center and guidance center to assist students with their online course experience. The Georgia Virtual School offers at least 100 course in the core ...

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